From Cajun sweet potato rigatoni with kale to Biye Barir Pulao: our eight best vegan recipes of the day!

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On your marks, get set, recipes! Here are our fresh from the mill recipes just released in one convenient place! These are the best vegan recipes of the day, and are now part of the thousands of recipes on our Food Monster Application! Our latest recipes include rigatoni and a brownie pan, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these are the recipes for you!

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1. Cajun sweet potato rigatoni with kale

Vegan Cajun Sweet Potato Rigatoni with Kale

Source: Cajun Sweet Potato Rigatoni with Kale

This Shanika Graham-White Sweet Potato Kale Cajun Rigatoni is a great way to enjoy a creamy plate of pasta, without dairy or cheese!

2. No-Bake Banana Sesame Power Balls

No-Bake Sesame Banana Vegan Power Balls

Source: No-Bake Banana Sesame Power Balls

These Kristen Genton No-Bake Banana Sesame Power Balls are made with natural ingredients that go into perfect macro bites!

3. Skillet Salted Caramel Brownie

Vegan Salted Caramel Brownie Skillet

Source: Salted Caramel Brownie Pan

This Vicky Coates Salted Caramel Brownie Skillet is a healthy, chocolatey dessert or snack, which is naturally high in protein, low in carbs, and high in healthy fats. This recipe is gluten free, dairy free and refined sugar free.

4. Fig and almond bars

Vegan bars with figs and almonds

Source: Fig and Almond Bars

These Sara Oliveira Fig Almond Bars are spectacular! The combination of flavors and textures is magnificent, you will get lost with every bite! They are very quick and easy to make and great for tasting.

5. Biye Barir Pulao (Bengali vegetable pulao)

Vegan Biye Barir Pulao (Bengali Vegetable Pulao)

Source: Biye Barir Pulao (Bengali vegetable pulao)

This is a Bengali style pulao rice which is aromatic because of the spices used and healthy because of the vegetables and basmati rice. This Biye Barir Pulao (Bengali Vegetable Pulao) from Priya Lakshminarayan is served in Bengal oil on almost any happy occasion. From The Essential Vegan Indian Cookbook by Priya Lakshminarayan, published by Rockridge Press. Copyright © 2021 by Callisto Media, Inc. All rights reserved.

6. Italian Fried Potatoes with Peppers

Vegan Italian Fried Potatoes with Peppers

Source: Italian fried potatoes with peppers

These Pavani Nandula Italian Fried Potatoes with Peppers are a simple, delicious and easy to prepare side dish. Perfect to serve with all Italian main dishes.

7. Sweet potatoes with creamed spinach

Vegan sweet potatoes with spinach cream

Source: Sweet potatoes with spinach cream

These sweet potatoes with spinach cream from Molly Patrick are easy to combine and are both warming and filling!

8. Artichoke hearts in beer

Beer-battered vegan artichoke hearts

Source: Artichoke hearts in beer

Can you believe that these Jennifer Rose Rossano Beer Artichoke Hearts are made with just three ingredients… and that you probably already have them all in your pantry right now? If so, what are you waiting for ?! They’re decadent, delicious, and taken to the next level with a creamy dip (also just three ingredients!).

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